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#045 Opuswerk

What better way to commemorate this week's hump day than by getting your On the 5th Day podcast fix, and if you need a mid-week pick me up, this one is definitely for you! This time we bring you Opuswerk, once a well-kept secret concealed by the swiss mountains, now powerfully resonating beyond those fluffy white peaks, reaching Berlin, Moscow, Paris and beyond! Whether immersed in the studio, flying solo or joining forces with Francois X for their HISS:1292 project (or of course getting stuck in behind the decks), Opuswerk is recognised for his ability to craft some very special moments.... you know the ones, when life just starts to make sense! His reputation for delivering is pulling him in the direction of clubs the world-over, whilst also securing him a solid, respectable residency for the Techno Legends nights at le Zoo in his home country.

In terms of production, Opuswork's solo and collaborative works, released on labels such as Krill Music and Dement3d (as HISS: 1292) have earned him a rightful and deserving place in some of the finest record bags on the planet - Donato Dozzy, DVS1, Peter van Hoesen, Anthony Parasole, to name but a few, and we get the feeling there's a heck of a lot more where these beauties captured on wax came from! It's absolutely fair to say that exciting times lay ahead for this intriguing artist and we're super elated to be featuring him, bringing you a 1.5 hour live recording from his recent set at his own Swiss event, OPUS. Funnily enough, this closing set was recorded in September when he invited Scvreca to play on the same billing - who happens to be our new resident as of January 2018! That is a night we wish we'd been at!

 

So here it is... Happy Day of Hump and happy listening!

You can show your love for Opuswerk here:

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/opuswerk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/opuswerk/
RA: www.residentadvisor.net/dj/opuswerk